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Private Motorcoach co. celebrates 10-year anniversary

Motorcoach| January 21, 2009
In the months leading up to the anniversary, Ed Lonsbary, president and founder of Private Motor Coach Inc. (PMC), completed a 10,000 Mile Grand Tour of the U.S. and Canada, showcasing PMC and promoting his concept of private travel.

Houston officer rescues woman from oncoming D.C. train

Rail| January 21, 2009
Due to his quick actions, the 68-year-old Nashville, Tenn. woman was not seriously injured.
Rail| January 21, 2009

L.A. Metro continues safety campaign

Agency's effort is intended to educate Eastside residents on safety around the light rail trains when service begins this summer.
Rail| January 20, 2009

FTA to provide $308.6M for Denver light rail

FasTracks is RTD's comprehensive plan to build and operate high-speed rail lines and expand and improve bus service and park-n-rides throughout the region.
Rail| January 20, 2009

Florida's Tri-Rail introduces ‘green’ mascot

Conductor George Green will serve as a community ambassador, educating families about the benefits of riding Tri-Rail and promoting public transportation as the single most important choice an individual can make to “go green.”
Rail| January 20, 2009

Bombardier to operate and maintain Las Vegas monorail

Fleet of nine, four-car trains links seven stations along four miles of dual-lane elevated guideway and services the east side of the Las Vegas strip, including the Las Vegas Convention Center.
Motorcoach| January 16, 2009

Motorcoaches top U.S. commercial people mover, study finds

Accounting for 751 million passenger trips in 2007, up nearly 20 percent from the previous figure of 631 million passenger trips in 2005, according to a newly updated industry census released today by the American Bus Association.
Management & Operations| January 16, 2009

METRO Briefs

LaHood hearing postponed. Ex-Bart officer pleads not guilty. NY seniors faced with fare hike.
Motorcoach| January 16, 2009

.Travel to attend UMA Expo

As an exhibitor, .Travel will be among 180 other travel-related companies, including the American Bus Association, National Tour Association, and the Mississippi Division of Tourism.
Rail| January 16, 2009

CTA’s initiative yields improved on-time performance

Big gaps between buses – measured by arrivals that are either double the scheduled headway or 15 minutes between buses – have decreased by 31 percent since fall 2007, and the number of buses arriving within one minute or less of buses ahead has decreased by 24 percent.

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